Fun Fabric Carrot DIY

Can you tell I love spring?

My sister invited a group of us girls to her "camp".

Guess who wants to do crafts?

So I thought I would try out a few first.

Feedback please!

Step one...fabric

I went for one "formal" and one "funky"

Just had to add this....silly girl!

I made a brown paper pattern.

easy sewing here...don't be afraid

Leave the top open for stuffing.
I filled mine with the white fluffy stuff.
Then I stuck a piece of greenery in the top and hand stitched her closed.

For my "formal" carrots I went with a solid ivory bow.

I was just sticking it here to snap a few and fell in love.

So on the plates they will stay!

Now for the "funky" bunch...LOL

I played around with these guys ...

moving them here n there.

I love these magnet clips!

They allow you to add them to your metal door.

How about adding this bunch to your trash can?

So where are these guys hanging out now?

On a bright white door.

Love how the color just pops here!

So you think the girls would enjoy making these at the "camp" ?

xoxox Susie


  1. I stinkin' love it!! And it's a good thing you live in the next town over, because these little guys are going on my front door!

  2. They are adorable...and seem to look good anywhere!

  3. These are SO cute! Perfect for spring! Now...if I could sew!


  4. OMGoodness! Thank you for sharing this. I'm going to make some. I have a ton of that exact faux plant and I would have never thought to use it as the greens!


  5. So cute! Course I don't think I ever seen anything you've done that isn't CUTE!

  6. Those are so cute! I just pinned them.

  7. Thanks for aharing! These are awesome!

  8. Those are so cute! And I'm sure everyone will love making those! I love the ones on the plates...the patterns are so pretty against the white. Love!

  9. So sweet i think maybe I will try it! I really like the mix of orange and pink!

  10. AND...this is the first time in FOREVER i was able to comment on your blog. YAY!

  11. so cute! I love those! I just happen to have some of those fabrics too. I think I'll have to craft those up next weekend! Thanks for sharing.

  12. So cute Susie! Love the fabrics.

  13. TH=he most adorable carrots ever!! Just peeking in-Aimee Broussard events told me you were awesome! Just had to see for myself:)

  14. Susie, these look lovely!! I love your color choices. Thanks for the quick tut!


  15. That's it. I'm moving down the road. I want to come to camp!!!! You come up with the bestest projects EVER!!!!

  16. Susie, I am so going to copy this wonderful idea. I'm off to Hobby Lobby to collect some fabric. Thanks for the terrific idea.


  17. So neat. So creative.

    I'd love to have you link this to Seasonal Sundays. The link goes up at 7:00 on Saturday evening.

    - The Tablescaper

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